When I look around at the proposed questions for Judge Neil Gosuch I see a lot of the same types of questions involving textualism, abortion, citizens united, and the more nitty gritty legal precedents. In addition to those I would like to hear Judge Gorsuch's opinion of process. Here is what I want to hear.
1. Do you feel that the manner in which you have ended up as the nominee for the Supreme court after a 401 day vacancy has damaged the credibility of the Supreme court?
2. Do you think Merrick Garland should have been nominated and confirmed as Supreme Court Justice?
2a. (fancier) as a constitutional originalist, do you think the Senate had a responsibility to consider the nomination of Merrick Garland.
3. The Republican Party broke with years of precedent by not considering the nominee Merrick Garland until after the vote, stating they would like to let the American people decide the direction of the court. Your record of jurisprudence is to the right of the majority of Americans who voted for the democratic candidate. Do you think your nomination fairly upholds the initial principle of voter representation that the Republican party initially used to justify this break with precedent?
Something along those lines